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Asterisk - a star of the future?  View Printable Version 
Friday, March 18 2005 @ 07:35 am CST
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General NewsFrom The Register:

Larry Ellison has his super yacht, Bill Gates has his humanitarian fund. For Mark Spencer, the symbol of his success is a hot tub.

It may not be the most expensive trophy, but Spencer’s achievement may well prove to be just as revolutionary - turning the world of enterprise telephony on its head.

The tub, now installed at his Huntsville, Alabama home, was bought for him as a token of gratitude by 150 software developers who work on the platform he initiated - Asterisk, the Linux-based IP private branch exchange (PBX) software.

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IBM backs PHP  View Printable Version 
Saturday, February 26 2005 @ 12:21 am CST
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General NewsFrom CNet News.com:

IBM is putting its corporate heft behind a popular open-source Web development technology called PHP, in a move meant to reach out to a broader set of developers.

On Friday, the tech giant announced a partnership with Zend Technologies to create a bundle called Zend Core, which includes IBM's Cloudscape-embedded database and Zend's PHP development tools. Zend sells tools built on the open-source edition of PHP and offers related services.

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Linux World Boston - Hijacking a Community  View Printable Version 
Monday, February 21 2005 @ 08:16 am CST
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General NewsFrom LXer:

Racks and racks of Linux computers ramble along the aisles at AOL. In fact, the SGI and Sun metal have all gone away, replaced with commodity Intel systems running Linux and Apache. But when I ask a high ranking executive if we can have a Linux AOL client - well you know the answer.

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FOSDEM 2005: Scribus in the Commerical DTP World  View Printable Version 
Saturday, February 12 2005 @ 11:46 pm CST
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General NewsFrom KDE News:

In the second in our series of interviews with speakers in the FOSDEM KDE developers room Scribus developers Craig Bradney and Peter Linnell talk about the state of desktop publishing on Unix and its acceptance in the commercial DTP World.

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Installing and Securing VOIP with Linux  View Printable Version 
Monday, February 07 2005 @ 06:43 am CST
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General NewsFrom SoftWink:

Successful businesses usually have the same goal, minimize costs to maximize profits. Today with the plethora of open source solutions, a small business can present a high tech image and still keep a lid on the expenses. Early last winter, we had the opportunity to present a proposal for a financial institution to add two new remote offices. The requirement was to find a low cost solution for both the voice and data connections between all bank branches and provide a seamless integrated phone system with branch to branch dialing by extension, voice mail and conference calling. Although the new branches were only a short distance from the bank's main office, 27 miles and 49 miles respectively, dedicated leased lines were expensive because each office was located in separate rural area and each area was controlled by a different telco. Quotes from several carriers to provide enough bandwidth for both voice and data between the new branches and the main office would cost a minimum of $2,500 per month per branch. Coupled with expensive router equipment, phone equipment not to mention computer workstations and servers was going to really push the ceiling on the budget requirements for the new offices.

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OpenOffice.org database application: A first look review  View Printable Version 
Tuesday, January 25 2005 @ 10:52 pm CST
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General NewsFrom Newsforge:

Soon OpenOffice.org will introduce a database application to its office suite. For the last couple of years, OpenOffice.org has been developing its word processor, spreadsheet, and presentation manager programs to compete head-to-head with similar software products such as MS Office, Koffice, and Textmaker. The upcoming Version 2.0 rounds out the offering and adds the ability to create standalone databases, associated forms, reports, and queries much like MS Access. According to the documentation it's called OpenOffice.org Base.

This story will discuss the OpenOffice.org Base and how it can be used in your business. I'll touch on the similarities (plus differences) with the OpenOffice.org database program and Access. I'll continue with a little commentary on migration issues. We'll finish up by building a basic contact database, a form, a query, and a report using the wizards. If you are already an OpenOffice.org believer, you can just skip down to the "build a quick database application" section to see how it works.

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OpenOffice.org 2.0 Splashscreen Vote  View Printable Version 
Tuesday, January 25 2005 @ 02:37 pm CST
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General NewsHallo all,

Please help us choose a new splash screen for the upcoming OpenOffice.org 2.0 release. This image will be seen by tens of millions of users around the world every time they start OpenOffice.org.

Voting is now open for community members. Visit your "My start page" to cast your vote(s).

Community members must login and may select up to a maximum of three (3) splash screen entries.

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Novell, Mandrake respond to Sun's Red Hat claims  View Printable Version 
Thursday, January 06 2005 @ 06:54 pm CST
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General NewsFrom Newsforge:

When Sun's Scott McNealy told us that Red Hat had the Linux market, we decided it might be a good idea to find out what Novell and Mandrakesoft had to say about that. We exchanged email with Mandrakesoft CEO François Bancilhon and Novell's director of product management and marketing, Charlie Ungashick, on the subject of Solaris 10, Red Hat, and how they compete in a consolidating market.

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GIMP 2.2.0 Released  View Printable Version 
Sunday, December 26 2004 @ 09:45 pm CST
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General NewsFrom LinuxElectrons:

The GIMP developers are proud to announce the availability of version 2.2.0 of the GNU Image Manipulation Program. About nine months after version 2.0 hit the road, we have completed another development cycle and can bring a new stable GIMP to our users' desktops.

The GIMP developers are proud to release version 2.2 of the GNU Image Manipulation Program. About nine months after version 2.0 hit the road, we have completed another development cycle and can bring a new stable GIMP to our users' desktops.

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OpenOffice 2.0 preview released  View Printable Version 
Sunday, December 19 2004 @ 11:39 am CST
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General NewsFrom The Inquirer:

THE SUN-SPONSORED OpenOffice.org project based on open sourced StarOffice code has released a preview of the upcoming OpenOffice 2.0 product. This version touts better MS-Office loading and parsing, strict XML compliant output, a new database program that mimics Microsoft's Access, and much more. It's available for 32-bit Windows, Linux (x86), Sun Solaris x86, and the traditional Solaris for Sparc. We used this opportunity to take this pre-release "version 1.9.65", which will end up being 2.0, for a quick spin.

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